Image Export converts PowerPoint slides to high-quality images.
PPT2HTML exports HTML even from PowerPoint 2010 and 2013, gives you full control of PowerPoint HTML output, helps meet Section 508 accessibility requirements
Merge Excel data into PowerPoint presentations to create certificates, awards presentations, personalized presentations and more
Resize your presentations quickly and without distortion
Language Selector switches the text in your presentation from one language to another
FixLinks prevents broken links when you distribute PowerPoint presentations
Shape Styles brings styles to PowerPoint. Apply complex formatting with a single click.
Prep4PDF preserves interactivity in PowerPoint presentations when you convert to PDF
Print without opening PowerPoint
You can do this from a DOS command line or within DOS BAT files.
Or you can click Start, point to Run and type the command into the text box that appears.
The simplest form of command line is:
POWERPNT.EXE /p MyFile.PPT
This brings up a print dialog. You select your options and OK the dialog. PowerPoint prints, then quits.
If you don't want to see any sign of PowerPoint at all:
POWERPNT.EXE /pt Printername "" "" MyFile.PPT
where PrinterName is the name of the printer as it shows up under the printer icon in Start, Settings, Printers
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